It’s that time of year where pumpkin-flavored food and beverages are popping up everywhere. In 2015 American’s spent $500 million on pumpkin-flavored products, so I think it’s safe to say that pumpkin truly is the ingredient and flavor of the season. Pumpkin spice is likely the most common type of pumpkin flavoring you… continue reading »
Find out what kinds of food people should be eating for optimal health as well as what we do to get people living a better, more healthy lifestyle in this wide ranging and insightful interview with Transitions From War. 15% OFF for ALL Armed Services Members with PROMO Code ” USA18″ … continue reading »
Please note this is not intended to discuss all of the research around ketosis, as science has proven its therapeutic benefit for the treatment of chronic conditions including Epilepsy, Cancer and Type 2 Diabetes. Instead, this article is intended to serve as an overview of the key points, benefits and areas of considerations for those with metabolic and/or performance… continue reading »
Get a fresh start towards a new you and better you. Check out some of the best kick starter tips using natural nutrition in this interview with MODe Sports Nutrition and Certified Nutritionist Trey Triplette of 3natural Bionutrition® .
I’ve often wondered about the history and origins of Santa since I was a kid. Since then I’ve done more than wonder and actually researched how Santa came to prominence in the United States. Basically, Coca-Cola invented the Santa that you, your family, your kids and I know today. No joke. Fat, jolly Santa —… continue reading »
9 Easy Ways to Avoid Gaining Unwanted Weight During the Holidays 1. BRING YOUR OWN FOOD Eat the best-for-you offerings first. For example, hot soup as a first course―especially when it’s broth-based, not cream-based―can help you avoid eating too much during the main course. Stand more than an arm’s length away from munchies, like a… continue reading »
In recent generations, lard has seemed to completely disappear from home kitchens. Until the early 1900’s, lard was a staple cooking fat across the globe. It was the secret to perfectly flaky pie pastry, crispy fried chicken, melt-in-your-mouth biscuits and luscious gravy. Now, when people hear the term lard, they immediately conjure up a vision… continue reading »